Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock
Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Protect Hong Kong children: make abuse reports mandatory

  • Compulsory reporting of any suspected abuse would not only protect vulnerable children but also fulfil Hong Kong’s international obligation

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock
Too many people simply turn a blind eye to obvious concerns, while the victims themselves have little idea how to get help, particularly when they are abused within the family, as often happens. Photo: Shutterstock
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